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We are looking for a dedicated and organized Parish Administrator to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing the day-to-day administrative tasks of the parish, including managing parish records, coordinating parish events, and assisting with financial management. The Parish Administrator will also serve as a liaison between the parish and the wider community, and will work closely with the parish priest and other staff members to ensure the smooth running of the parish. This role requires excellent organizational skills, strong communication skills, and a deep commitment to the mission and values of our parish.
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- Manage day-to-day administrative tasks of the parish
- Maintain parish records
- Coordinate parish events
- Assist with financial management
- Serve as a liaison between the parish and the wider community
- Work closely with the parish priest and other staff members
- Ensure the smooth running of the parish
- Manage parish communications, including newsletters and social media
- Coordinate volunteer schedules
- Assist with the planning and execution of special events
RequirementsText copied to clipboard!
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Previous administrative experience
- Excellent organizational skills
- Strong communication skills
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
- Experience with financial management
- Knowledge of the Catholic Church and its teachings
- Ability to maintain confidentiality
- Commitment to the mission and values of our parish
Potential interview questionsText copied to clipboard!
- Can you describe your previous administrative experience?
- How would you handle a conflict between two parish members?
- How would you manage the financial records of the parish?
- What is your understanding of the mission and values of our parish?
- How would you handle a situation where you disagreed with the parish priest?